Tag Archives: Gmail

7 handy hidden features in the Gmail Android app

7 handy hidden features in the Gmail Android app

Let’s face it: Email is inherently a bit of a pain. And while Google’s Gmail service is generally pretty pleasant to use, it certainly has some room for improvement — especially on the mobile front. But as is so often the case with Google products, what you see isn’t entirely what you …

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Edison launches OnMail to take on the mighty Gmail

Edison launches OnMail to take on the mighty Gmail

Announcing OnMail, New Mail Service to Save Time and Give You Control Over Your Inbox Built by the Most Popular Independent Email App Provider, Edison OnMail Offers First-of-Its-Kind Permission Control Over Who Can Enter Your Inbox & More San Jose, CA — April 7, 2020 — Edison Software, today announced …

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The best Apple rumor right now is Gmail

The best Apple rumor right now is Gmail

Apple rumors have heated up in the past week, following the usual spring tradition. Apple doesn’t always have a keynote in the first quarter of the year, but when it does it’s a good time for it to update or announce products that aren’t necessarily central to its business. But …

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Google Says Don’t Sideload Play Store, Gmail, YouTube on New Huawei Devices

Google Says Don

In a warning to new Huawei smartphone users, Google has advised not to sideload Google’s apps and services like Gmail and YouTube as these were not available for preload or sideload on new Huawei devices. On May 16, 2019, the US government placed Huawei on its Entity List. This government …

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Google addresses Huawei ban and warns customers not to sideload apps like Gmail and YouTube

Google addresses Huawei ban and warns customers not to sideload apps like Gmail and YouTube

Google on Friday evening published a support article meant to clarify the ongoing situation with Huawei. Last year, the United States government barred companies in the US from working with the Chinese hardware maker. “Google is prohibited from working with Huawei on new device models or providing Google’s apps including …

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Gmail will be adding travel and purchases labels to the sidebar (APK Teardown)

Gmail will be adding travel and purchases labels to the sidebar (APK Teardown)

Gmail is one of the longest lived projects to come out of Google after the success of Search. During its life, the development team has been working on countless projects to make sense of the deluge of incoming email and help users manage it. We’ve seen everything from smart spam …

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Gmail is finally on track to resurrect Inbox Bundles functionality (APK Teardown)

Gmail is finally on track to resurrect Inbox Bundles functionality (APK Teardown)

Inbox started something special, or at least that’s what most former Inbox users tell me. It was great at intelligently sorting and grouping incoming messages, especially with regard to travel arrangements, newsletters for online retailers, and a few other things that went into “bundles.” After Google announced plans to terminate …

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Gmail Multiple Inboxes Changes Are Coming To Bolster Productivity

Gmail Multiple Inboxes Changes Are Coming To Bolster Productivity

Google has now announced a few key changes to how its multiple inboxes feature for Gmail work in the coming weeks. The tool will reportedly not only become more readily accessible to more users via some UI changes. Google is also making alterations to make managing emails easier, with one …

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